The arrival of September brings sports fans across the country time to breathe a sigh of relief. The NFL is back! After another exhausting pandemic-filled year, it is time to break and focus on something more positive like the return of fantasy football.
Now that most fantasy leagues have completed their drafts, it’s time for fantasy managers to focus on getting ready for the start of their fantasy football seasons.
From many new faces in new places, to injury updates from the offseason and the addition of an extra week of football in the regular season — some managers might find themselves needing a little extra advice when setting their lineups.